Living in Aurora, Town of Aurora, Ontario

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Canada Day, Fireworks Or Space Explosions

Canada Day, Fireworks Or Space Explosions

Jul 2, 2011
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Another great Canada Day fireworks presentation at the Lambert Wilson Park in Aurora. I was able to sneak out to take some photographs. The truth is and the only truth is that every year is my practice year. Read More »
Town of Aurora Section Of The Nokiidaa Trail Link Is Now Completed, A Strange Encounter

Town of Aurora Section Of The Nokiidaa Trail Link Is Now Completed, A Strange Encounter

Jun 30, 2011
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The fence is down and access is finally granted after many months of a hard work. Without any notice, last weekend the boardwalk trail link was opened to public. Read More »
Chain Reaction, How Wacky Is That?

Chain Reaction, How Wacky Is That?

Jun 25, 2011
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We have a little bunny on our backyard. I see him all the time. They grow so fast, so everyday I take some photos of him. Today I came out with my camera, and thought I will get clear picture and nice close up. Read More »
Aurora, A History In Pictures Collectible Book Arrived With A Surprise, An Old Photo

Aurora, A History In Pictures Collectible Book Arrived With A Surprise, An Old Photo

Jun 25, 2011
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Aurora, A History In Pictures book by W. John McIntyre arrived few weeks ago at my mail box. I ordered this book online from Amazon already used since this book is not in circulation. Read More »
The Aurora Farmers Market, A Good Luck Horseshoe Found

The Aurora Farmers Market, A Good Luck Horseshoe Found

Jun 23, 2011
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When I delivered my accessibility recommendations to the Town of Aurora about two weeks ago in front of the Town Hall I noticed pained picnic tables. Happens to me all the time. Read More »
Splash Pad At The Town Park, Splash Splash Blues

Splash Pad At The Town Park, Splash Splash Blues

Jun 18, 2011
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It is nice that we don't have to travel long distances to have fun, and now especially with the high gas prices walking and visiting locals in Aurora is even more encouraging. Read More »
Who Is The Man In The Green Shirt, Gordon Barnes?

Who Is The Man In The Green Shirt, Gordon Barnes?

Jun 17, 2011
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On one of my posts Mayor's Anti-Litter Day, Event Photo Coverage I took picture of the man in a green shirt and the long feather attached to his hat. Read More »
Merlin’s Hollow, Art In The English Garden

Merlin’s Hollow, Art In The English Garden

Jun 17, 2011
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Now let me give you a photo tour of some of the artistic items you may want to notice beside the flowers if you on your way to visit this beautiful English flower garden. In the first post (Merlin's Hollow, Beautiful Accents Of The Garden) I presented photo gallery of some of the flowers that are blooming now in June. Read More »
Merlin’s Hollow, Beautiful Accents Of The Garden

Merlin’s Hollow, Beautiful Accents Of The Garden

Jun 13, 2011
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We travel thousands of miles to visit places, yet we sometimes forget to check out our local treasures. I am now convinced that Aurora has many, especially after last weekend. On Saturday June 11th we had an opportunity to visit a beautiful Merlin's Hollow garden in Aurora established by David Tomlinson and his wife Dierdre. Read More »
National Access Awareness Week In Aurora, A Sidewalk Request

National Access Awareness Week In Aurora, A Sidewalk Request

Jun 9, 2011
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This is a follow up to my previous post A Practical Mother's Day Gift To Come, Hopefully. Last week on Friday June 3rd I hand delivered my proposal letter to the Superstore located on the corner of St. John's Sideroad and Bayview Avenue to add the sidewalk. Read More »
Lambert Willson Park, Red Versus Blue Baseball Team

Lambert Willson Park, Red Versus Blue Baseball Team

Jun 7, 2011
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I rarely photograph the sporting events. While we were visiting Lambert Wilson Park in Aurora, I just couldn't miss the opportunity to snap few pictures. The light was perfect and the colors of the uniforms on both teams were just waiting to be photograph. Read More »
The Richness, The Beauty, The Petch House

The Richness, The Beauty, The Petch House

Jun 3, 2011
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I find beauty everywhere and I found beauty in the Petch House that once housed many families here in Aurora grounds. An old decaying log house now embraced by nature is standing alone and waiting for the day that will be alive again. Read More »
Wells Street School, Future Post-Secondary Institution, Maybe?

Wells Street School, Future Post-Secondary Institution, Maybe?

Jun 2, 2011
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My eye caught an article in THE AURORAN from Week of May 17, 2011, 'Brown lists priorities' on page 8 about the Wells Street School being suggested for a post-secondary institution. Read More »
Little Things Can Add Up, Trees, Grass

Little Things Can Add Up, Trees, Grass

May 28, 2011
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Only the big dollar spent gets attention. This is when we tend to complain the most. I complain when I see small dollars spent over and over again. Jobs are not done right the first time around anymore. Read More »